With its 30th Anniversary in full swing, Disneyland Paris has finally announced a project that’s been rumbling along for at least its previous two big birthdays: the Disney Village transformation is go! Along with a first look at the new-style lakeside park façades, the resort has revealed that a new restaurant replacing a longstanding favourite will be the first addition.
Disneyland Paris is beginning the next stages of easing its Covid-19 regulations and requirements across the parks and resort, including removal of physical distancing and reintroduction of standard all-you-can-eat buffets.
It’s been a long wait, but now a crucial part of the Disney park magic is returning: Disneyland Paris has confirmed full parades, a nighttime spectacular, fireworks, shows and seasons will return to normal operation over the months ahead.
Taking well-known Marvel Studios movie soundtrack themes and reimagining them in what it calls a “chillhop” style, the background music for Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel is now available as a streaming album.
Disneyland Paris has made the first notable concession to its almost universal policy of wearing face masks in the public areas of its parks and resort, by allowing guests to remove their masks for photos at the designated Disney character Selfie Spots.
A new name has just been confirmed for much of Toon Studio at Walt Disney Studios Park, encompassing all of the Cars, Finding Nemo, Toy Story and Ratatouille attractions added from 2006 onwards: Worlds of Pixar.
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